Pamela Anderson hasn't seen her sex tape

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PAMELA Anderson hasn't seen her infamous sex tape with Tommy Lee.

The former 'Baywatch' star has admitted she's never set eyes on the raunchy footage she and her ex-husband Tommy - whom she married in 1995 and divorced three years later - created on their honeymoon.

Appearing on 'Watch What Happens Live' last night, show host Andy Cohen said with a smirk: "I was a big fan of yours and Tommy Lee's sex tape."

The 48-year-old blonde bombshell hit back: "Never seen it."

To which Andy scoffed: "You've never seen it? It's fantastic. Did you make a mint off of that?"

Keeping a straight face, Pamela replied: "I made not one dollar. It was stolen property."

The former couple - who have sons Dylan, 17, and Brandon, 19, together - were allegedly offered "millions of dollars" to release the explicit tape but turned down the cheque.

Pamela added: "I was seven months pregnant with Dylan and I was thinking it was affecting the pregnancy [with] the stress, and I said, 'I'm not going to court any more. I'm not being deposed any more by these horny, weird lawyer men ... It was stolen property. We never, either of us, made anything from it. It was stolen."

Meanwhile, the busty babe - who has also been married to Rick Salomon, twice, and Kid Rock - concluded the interview by claiming she's never seen a small manhood in her life.

She said with a giggle: "I think I have good karma or something. I haven't seen a small penis."

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